Unlimited Flexibility with Canon Wireless Digital Radiography
Canon’s first wireless, cassette-size digital radiography system gives you more freedom; whatever your DR application
The CXDI-70C Wireless Digital Radiography System is lightweight and has the same dimensions as a standard ISO 4090 film cassette and fits into existing Bucky trays. A simple generator interface interlocks image acquisition and the x-ray exposure. For non-Bucky exposures, a handle unit (sold separately) is available for easier transport and attaching a grid.
With a 125 micron pixel pitch, the CXDI-70C Wireless Digital Radiography System delivers increased spatial resolution. The high signal-to-noise performance of the Cesium Iodide (CsI) scintillator helps reduce the X-ray exposure to the patient.
This wireless detector provides the user with easier operability. The adapted IEEE 802.11n is much faster than conventional standards e.g. 11a or 11b. Should the wireless connection be lost, the unit will automatically attempt to reconnect and to prevent image loss. Acquired images are stored locally in the on-board memory. Once reconnected, the images can be retrieved. Patient demographic data is not transmitted via wireless keeping the images anonymous. An optional wiring unit allows images to be transferred from a panel mounted in a Bucky to the control computer over hard wire.
The battery lasts up to 6.5 hours and takes less than 3 hours to charge. The battery charger can charge up to 2 batteries at a time so a fresh battery can be continuously available. The control console includes a battery indicator for image count and power level monitoring. Additional batteries (sold separately) are also available.
Each individual CXDI-70C Wireless Digital Radiography System can be used in multiple x-ray rooms. A check-in unit in each room identifies the particular detector being used there.
The CXDI-70C Wireless Digital Radiography System uses the Canon CXDI Control Software NE. The intuitive operation of this software gives a wide range of selections directly from the main menu and yet images can be taken within three touches. The CXDI Control Software NE also has advanced image processing that shows the subtle details of trabecular bone structure and soft tissue in the same image. The optimized workflow reduces current operation steps and supports multiple study acquisition. The software delivers high-resolution images, generator communication* for preset x-ray parameters, provides actual exposure factors and patient dose information in the DICOM header. Three levels of access can be set for various users. Along with supporting Program Mode, the software complies with HIPAA standards and is IHE compliant.